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Bills Links, 2/22: Jesse James appears to be a target for Buffalo

Tony Pauline reports that the Bills have interest in James

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There figure to be plenty of rumors leading up to the start of free agency, with the first in relation to the Buffalo Bills coming on Friday afternoon. Tony Pauline of reported that the Bills have interest in signing free-agent tight end Jesse James, who played the past four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. You can read about James and much more as part of today’s Bills Links.

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